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Wrong update load sequence ...

I tried to update my 740, I follow the instruction but wrongly I first loaded the boot (boot-e740-1.06.bin) instead of the rom image (nk-e740-1.0624.0410.bin). Now the 740 it resets but it doesn't prompt the message "image download via PPSS" as before... I made a mistake because the program went directly on the folder where is located the boot while the rom file was on the father folder... In that moment, I clicked on that file being sure was the correct one... I was wrong. It seems to work but with no possibility to update it anymore...it's my life !!! What can I do now to fix it? Thank you in advance to anyone can support me.

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In my opinion you should try to make an update again after resetting of PDA.

Posted on Sep 08, 2005

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